Fuchsia City

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Fuchsia City in Generation I.
Fuchsia City in Generation II.

Fuchsia City (Japanese: セキチクシティ Sekichiku City) is a city located in southwest Kanto. Its most distinguishing characteristics are the Safari Zone in the Generation I games and the Template:Type2 Gym. Koga is the Fuchsia City Gym Leader until his daughter Janine takes over in the Generation II games.

Bill's grandfather lives in Fuchsia City.

A Move Deleter resides in Fuchsia City in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

A Pokémon zoo is located in Fuchsia City, just outside the Safari Zone. However, it is closed, like the Safari Zone, in Generation II. There are Pokémon on display, including Chansey, Lapras, Voltorb, Kangaskhan, and Slowpoke. In addition, the Fossil that the player "shares" with the Super Nerd in Mt. Moon appears here as well. It will be an Omanyte if the player chose the Dome Fossil, and a Kabuto if the player chose the Helix Fossil.

Route 15 leads into the city from the east, Route 18 from the west, and the beach of Route 19 is in the south.

Wild Pokémon appear in the city in a pond behind Warden Slowpoke's house.

In the anime, the Battle Pike is located on the outskirts of the city.

Places of interest

Fuchsia Gym

Main article: Fuchsia Gym

Pokémon that appear in Fuchsia City

Generation I

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate

098 Krabby R B Y Fishing 15 25%

118 Goldeen R B Y Fishing 15 25%

119 Seaking R B Y Fishing 23 25%

129 Magikarp R B Y Fishing 15 25%

129 Magikarp R B Y Fishing 5-15 90%

130 Gyarados R B Y Fishing 15 10%

A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

Generation III

In other languages

Language Name Origin
Japanese セキチクシティ Sekichiku City 石竹色 (sekichiku iro) refers to the pink color of China pink flowers.
English Fuchsia City From fuchsia.
French Parmanie From parme, a kind of purple.
German Fuchsania City From Fuchsinrot, fuchsia.
Italian Fucsiapoli From fucsia and the suffix -poli, meaning city.
Spanish Ciudad Fucsia From fucsia.
Korean 연분홍시티 Yeonbunhong City
Chinese (Mandarin) 淺紅市/浅红市 Qiǎnhóng Shì
Chinese (Cantonese) 淺紅市 Cingung Si

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